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On Demand - STEM Education and Opportunities

[Recording Available Thursday, March 28, 2019]

On Demand - STEM Education and Opportunities


Learn how to increase awareness of STEM education, as well as the opportunities available to students in postsecondary education and career planning.

30 minutes CEU: 0.1


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Presenters


Stuart Schmill, Dean of Admissions, MIT

Stu’s career at MIT began in 1986 when he graduated from the Institute with a degree in mechanical engineering. Stu has served the Institute in a variety of positions, including Director of Crew; Director of Parent, Student, and Young Alumni Programs in the MIT Alumni Association; Director of MIT's Educational Council; and Senior Associate Director of Admissions. He joined the admissions office in 2002 and was appointed Dean in 2008. In 2016 he added Student Financial Services to his portfolio, which includes financial aid and student accounts. He is intimately involved in the process of selecting MIT’s outstanding student body and in overseeing how financial aid is distributed.

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